TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 Definition of a panel door
1.2 Classification of a door
1.3 Objectives of the project
1.4 Significance of the project
2.1 Definition of timber
2.2 Growth of timber
2.3 Types of timber
2.4 Conversion of timber
2.5 Methods of conversion of timber
2.6 Characteristics of a timber
3.0 Seasoning of timber
3.1 methods of seasoning
3.2 Importance of timber seasoning
3.3 preservation of timber
3.4 Ways of timber preservation
3.5 Uses of timber
3.6 What is a wood
3.7 Classification of trees
3.8 Characteristic of hard and soft wood
3.9 Types of wood
4.0 Construction of the panel door
4.1 Estimation (materials list) of a panel door
4.2 Hand tools
4.3 Machine used
3.4 Assemble procedure
3.5 Diagram of a panel door
5.2 Types of joints
5.3 Finishing materials used in a panel door
INTRODUCTION TO DOOR
A door is a solid barrier that is fixed in an opening in a wall to hinge , pivot or slide pen (or close).
The door opening or door way allows access and agrees from building and between rooms, compartments and corridors. As a component part of a wall he door and if frame are integral to the overall performance of the wall.
Doors are meant to provide access to the room of a building. They may be constructed of wood, plywood, glass, metal or a combination of these materials they are located in such a way that easy movement and privacy of the room is achieved. For this reason the door are generally placed at the corner of the room in one line. This provides good ventilation and easy movement of the users.
1.1 DEFINITION OF A DOOR
A door can be defined as a hinged, sliding or revolving barrier at the entrance of a building, room or vehicle or in the framework of a cupboard.
1.2 CLASSIFICATION OF A DOOR
Wood door may be classified as:
- Paneled doors
- Flush doors
Paneled doors are frame with stiles and rails around a panel or panel of wood or ply wood because the door is hinged on the side to open, it tends to sink on the lock stile.
The stile and rails have to be joined to resist the tendency of the doors to sink.
A variety of flush doors are manufactured with plain flush faces both sides and fibreboard facing press moulted often with comparatively shallow sinking to resemble the appearance of a paneled door.
1.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT
This project is aimed at using timber towards the construction of the panel door by the carpenters.
It will try to examine some of the importance of timber to the student while undertaking the project endeavour in using timber in the construction of a pane door.
1.4 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The essence of this project is to draw the attention of the students, carpenters and individuals in constructing a panel door using timbers.
This research draws the attention of the individuals to the need of timber for construction of a panel door as well as its uses in storing and making a panel door.